July 18, 2024

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I’ve never seen Trump stand up for Black people treated wrongly by the criminal justice system

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I’ve never seen Trump stand up for Black people treated wrongly by the criminal justice system

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While speaking to Black conservatives in South Carolina ahead of the state’s Republican primary, Donald Trump said his criminal indictments have boosted his support among Black Americans because they see him as a victim of discrimination. The Morning Joe panel discusses.

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